Wet Wraps for Eczema?

"Wet Wraps" for Eczema have as their purpose to get the skin wet by bathing for 20 minutes or more, and then applying a moisturizing cream and wrapping the skin with moist or wet cloth.  The theory is that this is the best way to "trap" moisture in the skin of the Eczema victims.  

Wet Wraps Warning! - The problem with wet wraps is that the results are not much better than with other conventional treatments and the risk of bacteria leading to infection is higher (see study: ).

Trying wet wraps at home - If you want to give wet wraps a try, lets start by not putting chemicals in the bath tub you are bathing in.   First way to mess up this process is adding high PH soaps or suds to the bath water.  This is a no no.  Next, don't add any shampoo, conditioner, body wash or bubble bath which contain sulfates.  Finally, put something in the bath that can actually help the skin, like aloe vera, shea butter, hemp seed oil, olive oil etc.   

Finally, what is the best product to use for a Wet Wrap?   GoodOnYa Skin Treat Cream of course!  It contains every vitamin, mineral, trace mineral and amino acid the skin needs for cellular regeneration as well as shea butter, aloe vera, hemp seed oil, coconut oil, etc.  Add in the Manuka Honey and you can help fight the bacteria that makes the wet wrap an infection risk.    



Microdermabrasion vs chemical peel

Microdermabrasion or chemical peel?  Which is better?  Safer?  Most effective?

Microdermabrasion or dermabrasion typically consists of using tiny grains of salt, sugar or nut shells to take away the top dead layer of skin cells.  Chemical peel does the same thing buy using acid to burn it off chemically.  

In either case, you can help diminish fine lines, wrinkles, skin discoloration, dark spots, and minor scarring.  But, depending on the strength of the acid used in the chemical peel, you can sometimes go too far.  It is a sort of minor surgery in that you wind up with a 2nd degree burn which can cause infection, swelling, pain and even crusting.  Some patients report redness, skin discoloration (lighter or darker) or scarring.  

The best course of action would consist then of a microdermabrasion combined with a very light acid.  

Remember, your skin PH is slightly acidic anyway at 5.5 PH (water is neutral at 7).  So, if you bring the microdermabrasion PH down to say, 4.5 with natural fruit acids, and don't use large grains, but microscopic natural powders, you would have the best of both worlds.  

If an organic natural version of this could be made, and one could do microdermabrasion at home in just 5 minutes, that would be amazing.  

Guess what?  That's what we did with the GoodOnYa Microdermabrasion Scrub!




Are you wondering what your honey is doing?

July 3, 2014

Clearwater, FL


There has been more and more attention given to the natural healing effects of honey in recent years, but the most controversial of all is Manuka Honey from New Zealand and a skin care company in Florida is taking advantage of it!


Manuka honey comes from bees that pollinate the native manuka bush. Advocates say it has near miraculous healing capabilities and treats wound infections and countless other conditions. The popularity of the Manuka Honey is skyrocketing due to glowing reports of it helping everything from cancer to reducing high cholesterol, treating gastrointestinal problems, acid reflux and even diabetes. Sales are soaring and global demand is far exceeding supply as movie stars and leading sports figures have given Manuka Honey enthusiastic thumbs up.


But Manuka Honey is rare and prices keep going up, so with only about 1,700 tons produced annually so how is it that 10,000 tons are sold annually each year?


“There is a lot of fake Manuka Honey out there as well as Manuka Honey which is called “active” but has never gone through laboratory testing to ensure its validity” says Chris Estey , the founder of GoodOnYaTM Organic Skin and Hair Care products based on Manuka Honey and other natural ingredients. Mr Estey has been formulating and manufacturing cosmetics and skin care for more than 30 years. “Our Manuka honey is imported from New Zealand Bee Keepers who use the UMF (Unique Manuka Factor) Certification which maintains the integrity of the honey and tests each batch for the unique Methylglyoxal content which makes the honey so effective and anti-bacterial.”


GoodOnYa has been selling at trade fairs and medical shows throughout the US to introduce their natural healing products to the medical industry and the public for the last 4 years. Here is an example of the type of results the company says they hear everyday:


I used the Skin Treat Cream on my eyelids and around my eyes to see how it would affect my wrinkles. After a few days, I happened to be driving and I suddenly realized that my vision had changed. I had a slight cloudiness in my vision and a bit of a puffy feeling that was no longer there. I wish I had gone to the eye doctor already so I could document the difference however, I definitely noticed the change which is just awesome! Thanks for introducing this product to me!”

— Jeannie Blakley


“The company has also been selling on their website: and have just introduced their products on Amazon


And, yes, if you want to find out what all the fuss is about and buy some pure New Zealand UMF Certified Authentic Manuka Honey, they sell that too!


Contact Information:
Gayle Estey Co-Founder
Tel: 323.895.4060




Home Remedies for Acne

Acne is painful, unpleasant, embarrassing, unsightly, unwelcome and though normally associated with teenage years, it can happen to babies and retirees. To understand how to effectively use the home remedies for acne listed here, you should first understand what it really is and how it came about; because that opens the door to the acne cures.


The human body has sweat glands and oil glands both of which produce liquid substances which combined together form the protective acid layer on the skin as the first line of defense against virus, fungus and bacteria. It is part of the immune system. The problem comes in when one of the little pores become clogged with dead skin. Since we all shed about a pound and a half of dead skin per year, this is happening continually. When the oil and sweat become trapped under the dead skin, it becomes a cesspool of bacteria. The bacteria becomes a pimple.


The bad news is that this can happen and is happening continually. The good news is there are lots of ways to prevent it and lots of home remedies to make it better once it does happen.


To prevent the aforementioned scenario from happening in the first place, wash your face two or three times daily; but not with soap. Soap is typically high PH like 8-11 and your skin is just 5.5. So, you want an organic PH balanced acid based wash like the one found at . Regular soap will create a mild burn on your face which causes skin to shed at an even faster rate, which in turn clogs even more pores.


Next, you need to exfoliate 2 times every week. You can use organic Manuka honey skin care products because the Manuka Honey (from New Zealand) is powerful bacteria-killing honey. You can mix Manuka Honey with oatmeal and rub gently on your skin. Leave it on for 10 minutes and it will exfoliate and kill bacteria.


It is important to wash your washcloth and towel as well as bed linen more frequently while you are trying to get rid of acne because the bacteria left behind can lead to more acne. Use washcloths and towels only once and change pillowcases twice a week instead of once like your bedsheets.


Another great mask is a strawberry and plain yoghurt mask. Strawberries are high in salicylic acid which is in many over the counter acne products. It fights acne and smells great. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes and rinse with warm water.


Cell Salts (tissue salts) are a great source of the 12 mineral compounds that make up the human body. One of those is calcium sulfate. Many health practitioners believe that acne can be caused by a deficiency of calcium sulfate.


Glycolic acid is also found in many over the counter acne products. Lemons are high in glycolic acid. Try diluting the lemon juice in water (5 to one ratio) and using it as a face wash.


Finally, no list of simple home remedies for acne would be complete without discussing lifestyle changes. Get plenty of rest and exercise daily. Lack of either of these will trigger acne inducing hormonal changes. Drink lots of water (which will act as an internal cleansing agent) and take in lots of Omega-3 fatty acids in foods like walnuts, flaxseed, and salmon.


Happy clearer days are ahead with these simple home remedies for acne.